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established at the University of Nottingham in 2004.
The team offer a variety of services, with particular expertise in underwater operations involving environmental impact assessment and monitoring. A core strength of the unit is that it is continually informed and shaped by academic research, which keeps it at the leading edge of the field. The centre is currently involved in a range of projects, both freshwater and maritime, but has a particular research focus on the survey and excavation of freshwater sites.
The centre undertakes independent contracts through a joint partnership agreement between the University of Nottingham and AOC Archaeology Ltd., and has access to an extensive network of expertise offered by a leading archaeological contractor with five offices throughout the country.
We offer a range of underwater services:
|Advice on the management of maritime, freshwater and waterlogged sites.|
|Desk-based assessments and historical research.|
|Freshwater and marine site evaluations.|
|Environmental impact statements.|
|In -situ preservation, environmental monitoring and sampling.|
|Pre-disturbance surveys including the construction of 3D digital terrain models.|
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